Owing the IRS large sums of money without an established plan for repayment could be an extremely uncomfortable situation. It will just be a matter of time before the IRS will take action to recover the debt. Luckily, we offer many tax relief services to help alleviate your situation. Our firm will negotiate an installment plan on your behalf to ease the stress associated with future unknown actions that the IRS may take to collect your back taxes.
We will evaluate your financial situation to determine if you meet the requirement to submit an offer in compromise. Once submitted we will negotiate with the IRS from start to finish to ensure that you receive the proper reduction to your tax obligation allowed by law.Get Started
Once you’re at this stage of the collection process, the IRS is communicating directly with your employer. We understand that this is a very embarrassing situation, not to mention the financial stress associated with receiving a significantly reduced paycheck. Our firm will contact the IRS on your behalf to determine the requirements for a release of levy. Once we prepare the necessary documents for the release of your wages we will present your case to the IRS and negotiate the release of your paycheck.Get Started
If the IRS “attaches itself” to your bank account the bank must send the IRS all of the money in your account up to the amount of the levy. However, the bank will wait 21 calendar days before remitting your savings to the IRS. Release of a bank levy is difficult but not impossible. Allow us to evaluate the circumstances surrounding the issuance of your bank levy. Remember we have 21 days or less depending upon when you contact us. Once you hire us we will put our 24 years of experience to work for you. Our team will aggressively advocate on your behalf for release of your money.Get Started
If your monthly allowable expenses are greater than your monthly income there is nothing left to pay the IRS. The key words are “allowable expenses”. We will prepare your financial statement and make a determination as to whether you qualify for Currently Not Collectible (CNC). After we recommend that the IRS place your account in “CNC” and they agree, you are not required to make monthly payments and the IRS will not levy your wages or bank accounts. Qualifying for Currently Not Collectible could be the tax relief you need to get back on the right track.Get Started
You may be one of many individuals who have not filed your returns for many years. Regardless of the reason for not filing, we understand the fear associated with this problem. You still have the right to file and are entitled to the same tax deductions and credits had you filed on time. Perhaps the IRS has filed a return for you, and has determined an amount due.
Our firm can prepare your original tax returns for you. These tax returns will replace the IRS “substitute” returns, which were prepared in the Government’s best interest, not yours. We will contact the IRS on your behalf in order to make your transition back into the tax system worry-free.Get Started
We will represent your company before the IRS to establish a strategy to handle the back payroll taxes. Once an evaluation is made our office will negotiate a payment plan or an offer in compromise. In some cases, we may recommend that the IRS place your account in “currently not collectible” status. (See our resources section for definitions of these terms). It is important that you remain in business and pay your current payroll taxes. We will provide guidance to ensure that these objectives are met.Get Started